Carlos Fernandez


  • matches played 132
  • goals 33
  • assists 9
  • Last appearance (days ago) 147

These days, Carlos Fernandez's team Deportivo La Coruna comes sixth place in LaLiga 2 (Spain). Carlos Fernandez is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 22.05.1996. With a height of 1.86m, he exceeds Deportivo La Coruna's mean tallness by 6. 36% of Deportivo La Coruna's football players are left footers and so is Carlos Fernandez. He had 21 match appearances this season. He impressed in La Liga 2 17/18 (Spain), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals.

Carlos Fernandez was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being Sevilla FC, for whom he played before coming to Spain. He changed three clubs throughout his career as professional. He is playing as forward in Deportivo La Coruna together with Quique, Christian Santos, Fede, Pedro Sanchez, Borja Valle and Matias Nahuel. Considering he weighs around 180.78lb, Carlos Fernandez is approximately 19lb heavier than the average player of Deportivo La Coruna. Besides Deportivo La Coruna, Carlos Fernandez is at Spain's command, too.

Yesterday he played his latest match. Altogether, he was substituted in 17 and out 17 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well. Carlos Fernandez plays with the jersey number 18. The briefest time his spent on a team counts ten months in his present club. His squad lost 40% (60% home) in LaLiga 2. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches counts 2.

Throughout his time as professional football player, Carlos Fernandez was sanctioned with a card 17 times resulting in a mean value of 1.7 cards per play time. This season he was given six yellow cards. In the recent term, he managed to find the net seven times and provided twice additional assists which accounts for 14.9% of Deportivo La Coruna's goals in LaLiga 2 18/19 (Spain). He scored an average of 0.3 goals and provided 0.1 assists per game so far, marking a slightly improved performance when compared to last season, when he had 0.3 strikes and 0.1 assists per match. The longest period that he stayed in a team was five years and 11 months in Sevilla Atletico (Spain).

(Last edited May 14, 2019)